Due to the Corona Virus and its spread the SCFMA 24 March Training Session has been postponed until further notice. 

Thank you for your support, understanding and patience during these difficult times.

Take care of yourself, your family and each other.

SCFMA President
George Solano


Rancho Cucamonga Fire Protection District.

Will host the SCFMA A/C Training Class.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Meeting begins at 1000hrs
A/C Service Training

11271 Jersey Blvd
Rancho Cucamonga

Rancho Cucamonga Contact Representative:
Ron Madnick, Fleet Supervisor 951-329-8731

The SCFMA A/C Class will be held at Ranch Cucamonga’s Fire Fleet Maintenance Facility in Rancho Cucamonga.  Topics covered will include details of Air Condoning Service and Repair.  Lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP

George R. Solano @

Hope you can make it.  May your drive be a safe one.

The California Fire Mechanics Academy has opened registration for the Fall 2014 EVT Express Academy in Irvine and Mira Loma, CA, November 3 – 7.   Detailed information about the academy may be found at www.cafiremech.com or by calling (916) 333-5044.   This year, we are offering the following courses:

CFM-115    Pumps & Accessories

CFM-215C  Aerial Apparatus

FM-229A    Detroit Diesel Engine Repair, Service & Troubleshooting

FM-109       Electrical Systems I


Space is limited and classes will fill quickly.


Christi Mansel
CFMA Staff

P.S. Diane VanRuiten has now officially retired from the CFMA.  The current Board of Directors and well as our staff will be monitoring all the emails to the academy and we will be responding to them in place of Diane.  Please feel free to contact Diane at diane.vanruiten@gmail.com and wish her the best in her retirement.

SCFMA: Proposed Bylaws Changes – Please read – Vote on Aug 19th

Proposed amendments to Bylaws, July 2014.

Existing Constitution and Bylaws

Proposed Amendments



Section I                                                                   Dues

The dues of this organization shall be recommended by the Treasurer to the Executive Board.  Dues shall be due and payable at the first regular monthly meeting in July. Annual dues shall be $40.00 per member, per year.  January.  Annual dues shall be as follows:  Regular Member Individual: $40.00, Regular Member Department (up to 10 members):  $150.00, Associate Members & Company (up to 5 members):  $60.00.  New members joining after the 9th month of the fiscal year, March, September, shall pay the fulldues amount which will cover the remaining months in the current fiscal year and the next full fiscal year. Dues become delinquent after September March 1st and the tardy members shall be dropped from the mailing list until the dues are brought up to date. Any changes in dues require a majority vote of those members attending a regularly scheduled monthly meeting. Notice of a possible increase must be published prominently in the two previous monthly newsletters and on the association web site.

Section III                                                            Budget

The Executive Board shall meet and propose an annual budget before the May November meeting each year. The budget shall reflect projected income and expenses for the coming year.  If a majority of the board members travel distance to the meeting exceeds 65 miles distance, members may receive room and board for one night. Meal costs shall be governed by the normal per diem allowance.